Resource Category: Printer Repair and Troubleshooting

How to Repair an Epson 7800/9800/7880/9880

Replacing an Epson 9800 or 9880 head can be accomplished fairly easily. For a replacement head, call our order department. Head Replacement Procedure Remove the Cover First, unplug the printer. Then remove the cover as shown below so you can move the head into the...

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How to Replace a Print Cartridge Chip

Place the edge of a razor or matte knife blade under the corner of the existing chip and gently lift up a little. Gently slide the razor a little more under the chip. Do not try to remove it yet. With the razor underneath and your finger on the front end, push down...

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How to Troubleshoot Nozzle Dropouts in your Epson Printer

The most common problems we see with printers are nozzle clogs as opposed to actual deterioration of the head. If the nozzles are more than 70% clogged, in a cluster, do not waste money on cleaning cartridges. Extensive power cleanings at this point are a waste of...

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Inkjet Print Head Technology

Inkjet Print Head Technology

This topic is not designed to sell you a printer, but to let you know what we know that the manufacturers and salespeople don’t tell you. Many of our clients tell us that they have never been told anything about maintenance, care, and the cost of replacement...

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Preventative Inkjet Maintenance

Most of us spend a good amount of time making sure our personal possessions get proper maintenance. We take our car in for an oil change every 3000 miles or so. We clean our dishes, our clothes, and our floors. But most people just expect their printer to work...

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Printer Manuals and Guides

Epson Guides and Manuals 7600/9600 Series Damper and Head Replacement Mimaki Guides and Manuals Mimaki JV4 and TX2 Maintenance Manual Mimaki JV4 Head Setup Mimaki JV2 Maintenance Manual Mimaki JV22 Maintenance...

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Unclogging Inkjet Print Heads

If you are about to read this, it’s probably because your printer is over two years old and you’re having nozzle drop outs. This is extremely common with printers that haven’t been cleaned on a continual basis. There is information on the web...

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